Bio: James is on the board of directors of the Arizona Alternative Fuel Alliance (azafa.org) which is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the use of alternative fuels in the state of Arizona. He drives a 2002 Volkswagon Golf on biodiesel made from recycled waste vegtable oil.
James’ background is in information technology and has been working in that field since he graduated from Arizona State University in 2002. He’s also very interested in sustainability which is why he started this site. He was looking for a way to keep learning more about it while sharing what he learned at the same time. He was inspired to start this while taking the class “Sustainable Cities” at ASU.
Bio: Tracy is wrapping up her M.S. in the School of Earth and Space Exploration at Arizona State University. She teaches Physical Geology at a local community college and runs a small eco-friendly business, strawberryhedgehog.com. Tracy strives to share her passion for the Earth and sustainability with her students through her own experience and lessons as well as with her customers by providing cruelty-free, natural, handmade products. She loves learning and with her husband, James Towner, works to be up on the newest technologies, schools of thought, and opportunities available for living in a more sustainable manner.
Bio: David is completing his Ph.D. in Plasma Physics at the University of California, Los Angeles. His interest in sustainable practices stems from his concern for energy production and research. David maintains a personal site, www.DavidPace.com, and hopes to develop a better understanding of the environmental issues involved with energy production as he begins his post-graduate career.